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00:10Snooker: World Championship Extra[SUB HD]
2014 Day Six
Hazel Irvine presents extended highlights of a match from the sixth day of the ranking tournament at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. The commentary team includes Steve Davis, Stephen Hendry and Ken DohertySport/Snooker
02:10Border Country: The Story of Britain's Lost Middleland[SUB SL AD REP]
Historian and MP Rory Stewart examines the impact and legacy of Hadrian's Wall, exploring the landscape, oral history and archaeology of the regionHistory
03:10This is BBC Two[SUB HD]
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC TwoGeneral Show/Game Show
06:00Homes Under the Hammer[SUB REP]
Series 18. Episode 4/30
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a two-bedroom house in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, a ground-floor flat in Glasgow and a property in north London. They then meet the buyers and find out what they bought them for at auction, and discuss their renovation plansDIY
07:00Don't Get Done, Get Dom[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 8. Episode 19/20: Training Courses
Consumer expert Dominic Littlewood meets a man who was unhappy with the plumbing course he signed up for, and has thousands of pounds' worth of fees left to pay on finance. Dominic investigates the rights people have when it comes to training courses and credit agreements. Plus, the story of how a man took on a parcel firm when an item he ordered turned up damagedAdvertisement/Shopping
07:45Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is[SUB SL REP]
Series 9. Episode 15/20: David Harper v Mark Stacey Showdown
David Harper and Mark Stacey face the antiques showdown, making purchases at four locations before selling at least half of them at auction. In their battle for premium profits and the coveted title of champion, there are plenty of twists and turnsGame Show/Quiz/Antiques/Collectibles
08:30The Great Interior Design Challenge[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 8/12: Regency/Brighton
The final heat sees another trio of contestants take up the challenge as they redesign the living rooms of three Regency homes in Brighton, with the hopefuls choosing designs inspired by Hollywood, family fun and a French country kitchen. Presenter Tom Dyckhoff explores the history of the properties and the Regency era, before judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood decide who will progress to the quarter-finalsChallenge/Reality Show/DIY
09:30Mary Berry Cooks[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 2/6: A Dinner Party
The food writer and Great British Bake Off judge gives step-by-step instructions for recipes to impress guests at dinner parties, preparing two varieties of canapes, a salmon and asparagus starter, a main course of guinea fowl, and a chocolate tart for pudding. Mary also reveals a trick for cooking steak ahead of time that guarantees perfect resultsCooking
10:00Live Snooker: The World Championship[SUB HD]
2014 Day Seven
Day seven of the most prestigious ranking tournament on the calendar gets under way at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, with two second-round matches. Barry Hawkins and Ricky Walden were two of the surprise packages at last year's event, meeting in the semi-finals after quietly progressing through the tournament, including victories at this stage over Mark Selby and Robert Milkins respectively. Presented by Jason Mohammad, with commentary by Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne and Terry GriffithsSport/Snooker
12:00The Great British Bake Off Masterclass[SUB HD REP]
Series 3. Episode 14/14
In their concluding tutorial, Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood reveal which signature bakes they would have chosen if they had been in the contestants' shoes. They prepare their sponge puddings, flat breads, Wellingtons, sweet buns and tarte Tatins, providing a guide through every step of their recipesCooking
13:00Live Snooker: The World Championship[SUB HD]
2014 Day Seven
Jason Mohammad introduces further coverage of the seventh day at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, which continues with two second-round matches, with eight frames scheduled to take place on each table. Ronnie O'Sullivan demonstrated here last year why many observers regard him as the greatest natural talent ever to play the sport, entering the tournament short of match practise following his self-imposed break from snooker, but blowing away all of his opponents to win the title for the fifth time in his glittering career. With commentary by Dennis Taylor, John Virgo and Terry GriffithsSport/Snooker
17:55Party Election Broadcast for the European Parliament[SUB HD]
The Liberal Democrats
By the Liberal DemocratsGeneral Social/Political Issues/Economics
18:00Eggheads[SUB REP]
Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, in which the winners of famous game shows including Mastermind and Fifteen to One work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prizeGame Show/Quiz/Quiz Show
18:30Escape to the Continent[SUB AD HD]
Series 1. Episode 15/20: France (Midi-Pyrenees)
Alistair Appleton helps a couple from Lincolnshire realise their dream of a healthier lifestyle by finding them a new home in the Midi-Pyrenees region of France. As well as showing them some beautiful properties, Alistair offers hints and tips on moving to FranceDIY
19:00Great British Menu[SUB HD]
Series 9. Episode 15/45: South West Judging
The two remaining South West chefs prepare their entire menus for Prue Leith, Matthew Fort, Oliver Peyton and guest judge Ken Sturdy, who is a veteran of the Normandy landings. Only one contender can make it through to represent their region in the national finals and get the chance to cook at a banquet held in St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 70th anniversary of D-DayCooking
19:30Mastermind[SUB HD]
Series 11. Episode 31/31
Host John Humphrys asks the questions as he welcomes back the six successful contestants to the famous black chair for the grand final of the quiz. The specialist subjects are Scottish lighthouses, the life and works of Richard Wagner, the Italian Front in the First World War, the life and poetry of Philip Larkin, French cinema 1895-1945 and the Salem witch trials. They then each have a chance to demonstrate their general knowledge, before the winner is crowned. Last in the seriesGame Show/Quiz
20:30Gardeners' World[SUB HD]
Carol Klein visits eminent plantsman Keith Wiley at his garden in Devon to hear about his passion for the dog's tooth violet, while Rachel de Thame heads to the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh to go behind the scenes of their world-renowned collection of alpine plants. At Longmeadow, Monty Don makes a start on planting a yew hedgeGardening
21:00Natural World: France - The Wild Side[SUB AD HD]
Series 33. Episode 3/10
Paul McGann narrates a documentary examining France's wildlife, revealing wolves, wild boar and even bears living in the country's many mountains, valleys and forests, from the Pyrenees to the Alps and all around the mainland to the island of CorsicaNature/Animals/Environment
22:00The Trip to Italy[SUB AD HD]
Series 2. Episode 4/6: Hotel Locarno, Rome
Steve's assistant Emma joins him and Rob in Rome, where they also meet up with photographer Yolanda before visiting the Keats-Shelley Memorial House museum. They go on to their next restaurant, where Emma has a bit of news for them, and Rob and Steve compete with each other doing impressions of Marlon Brando's Don Corleone from The Godfather. Comedy, starring Steve Coogan and Rob BrydonComedy
22:30Newsnight[SUB HD]
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Emily MaitlisNews Magazine/Current Affairs
23:00Weather[SUB]
Weather
23:05Later - with Jools Holland[SUB HD]
Series 44. Episode 2/7
Extended edition of Tuesday night's show. Paisley singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini performs tracks from his new album Caustic Love and Brighton garage rock duo Royal Blood make their Later debut ahead of a summer supporting Arctic Monkeys. Crowded House frontman Neil Finn plays tunes from his latest solo long-player Dizzy Heights, while New York-based Joan as Police Woman, aka musician Joan Wasser, showcases her critically acclaimed album The Classic. Also appearing are Brooklyn indie-pop group Lucius and east London jazz singer Zara McFarlaneGeneral Music/Ballet/Dance